The prime Minister of Nepal tries to remain in power, despite internal conflicts in his party

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The prime Minister of Nepal tries to remain in power, despite internal conflicts in his party.
Nepal Prime Minister KP Oli is stuck in another fight to power after many of his own party members raised objections against his reign. He belongs to the Nepal Communist party and has over the last few days blamed India for everything, including the spread of coronavirus. He has even altered the official map of Nepal which led to encroachment of Indian territories as well and has accused Indian government of scheming against him. He had previously resigned in 2016 to avoid a no confidence vote against him by his own parliament and now they are gearing up again for a no confidence vote led by Pushpa Kamal Dahal. He along with his supporters is trying to pass the Ordinance to political parties Act which will help to split the party, in case he gets ousted from his own party. He has also registered another new party under his name as a precautionary measure in a desperate attempt to remain in power.

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